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INTRODUCTORY COURSES

These courses are open to all students without prerequisite.

Number

Course Name

Instructor

111

Politics

Poulette

222

Foundations of the First Amendment

Sutherland

225

Ethics & Public Policy

Sutherland

242

International Politics

Yamanishi

243

Comparative Politics

Thomas

243

Comparative Politics

Yamanishi

250

Principles of Advocacy

Hedges

253 Tocqueville & Contemporary Civil Society (W) Yamanishi
255 The War to End War (W) Yamanishi

262

American Politics

Allin

262

American Politics (W)

Allin

282

Public Policy

Hemelt

282

Public Policy

Poulette


POLITICAL THOUGHT

These courses may be counted toward the Minor in Political Thought.

Number

Course Name

Instructor

222

Foundations of the First Amendment

Sutherland

225

Ethics & Public Policy

Sutherland

253 Tocqueville & Contemporary Civil Society (W) Yamanishi

325

Anglo-American Constitutional Thought

Sutherland

327

Revolutionary Political Thought

Sutherland

361

Race, Sex & the Constitution

Allin

365

Constitutional Law: the American System

Allin

366

Constitutional Law: Rights & Liberties

Allin

PHI 307

Marx & Marxism

Gray

PHI 353

Philosophy of Law

Migely

PHI 354

Political Philosophy

Gray


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
& COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT
These courses may be counted toward the Minor in International Relations & Comparative Government.

Number

Course Name

Instructor

242

International Politics

Yamanishi

243

Comparative Politics

Thomas

243

Comparative Politics

Yamanishi

255

The War to End War (W)

Yamanishi

330

Women & Politics: A Cross-National Perspective

Thomas

331

Gender in Developing Countries

Thomas

332

Human Rights

Yamanishi

333

International Organizations

Yamanishi

336

Seminar: Strategies to Alleviate Poverty

Thomas

337

Seminar: Comparative Healthcare Systems

Thomas

341

Latin American Politics

Yamanishi

346

Political Economy of Developing Countries

Thomas

348

U.S. Foreign Policy

Yamanishi

349

International Political Economy

Yamanishi

351

International Law in Principle and Practice

Sutherland


AMERICAN POLITICS, PUBLIC POLICY
& CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
These courses may be counted toward the Minor in American Politics.

Number

Course Name

Instructor

250

Principles of Advocacy

Hedges

262

American Politics

Allin

262

American Politics (W)

Allin

282

Public Policy

Poulette

348

U.S. Foreign Policy

Yamanishi

351 Advanced Topic: Public Choice

Poulette

352 Advanced Topic: U.S. Education Policy Poulette
353 Advanced Topic: Baby Boomers v. Babies?

Poulette

354 Advanced Topic: Health Policy

Poulette

361

Race, Sex & the Constitution

Allin

363

Campaigns & Elections

Allin

364

Congress & the Presidency

Allin

365

Constitutional Law: the American System

Allin

366

Constitutional Law: Rights & Liberties

Allin

367

Urban Politics & Policy

Allin

368

Environmental Politics & Policy

Allin

371

Wilderness Politics & Policy updated

Allin

372 Current Cases before the Supreme Court Sutherland/Hansen
382 Methods of Public Policy Analysis

Poulette

 

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